The inactive list for the Green Bay Packers vs the New York Giants is out, and the Packers continue to see relatively good health across the board, while the Giants will be without many of their key players.
The biggest injury story of the week for the Packers was Bryan Bulaga. He injured his knee last week against the 49ers and was limited in practice all week. It looked like the limitation was just what the doctor ordered, because he will play today against the Giants.
Bulaga playing is a huge relief for the Packers, who would have had to start Light, who has struggled so far this season.
Defensively, safety Will Redmond, and cornerback Tony Brown will both be inactive after being listed as questionable on the Friday Injury Report. The Giants’ offense has struggled the entire year, so hopefully the players who are suiting up can take care of business.
The Inactive list for the New York Giants lists a lot of key players, as a bad season for New York only seems to get worse. Today they will be without three key starters including their top tight Evan Engram and wide receiver Golden Tate. Tight ends have continued to give the Packers trouble all season, and this game against the Giants will be a good chance to get back on track.
As for the defensive side of the ball, the Giants will be missing Jabrill Peppers.
Below are the rest of the inactives for both teams
- S Will Redmond (foot)
- CB Tony Brown (heel)
- RB Dexter Williams
- WR Ryan Grant
- CB Ka’Dar Hollman
- G/T Adam Pankey
- T Yosh Nijman
- TE Evan Engram (foot)
- S Jabrill Peppers (back)
- WR Golden Tate (concussion)
- TE Rhett Ellison (concussion)
- QB Alex Tanney
- OG Chad Slade
- OT Eric Smith